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We are thrilled to bring our services to the western suburbs!

We are a healthcare practice that strives to integrate the best of conventional and complementary medicine in a caring and healing environment. We believe that both health and disease are functions of physical, emotional, nutritional, and spiritual influences. Many health issues are rooted in a patient’s personal biography – the story of your life – and are most effectively treated by addressing root causes rather than symptoms alone.

Our Practitioners

Jordan Neumann

Jordan Neumann, DNP

Family Nurse Practitioner

Jordan Neumann is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner who graduated with her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Rush University this spring. She previously practiced as a nurse for over 5 years in emergency medicine, outpatient allergy & immunology, and as a frontline COVID-19 nurse throughout the pandemic. Furthermore, she has extensive experience with infusion therapies for health optimization and treatment of acute and chronic conditions.

Dr. Neumann conducted research on effective dietary interventions for Hashimoto’s thyroiditis at WholeHealth, and also led research on the link between Vitamin D deficiency and COVID-19 risk during the pandemic. Additionally, she did clinical training at WholeHealth, at Rush’s preventive medicine center, and women’s health clinics.

Her interest in functional medicine stems from a desire to provide patients with holistic solutions to complex health issues, instead of simply providing a temporary band aid solution. She looks forward to working alongside her patients to provide treatment for acute and chronic concerns through an integrative lens.

Kristen Halland

Kristen Halland, DC, CCN, DABCA

Medicine Physician

Dr. Halland is a seasoned clinician specializing in Functional Medicine. Since beginning practice in 2010, she has placed emphasis on a whole-person lens to care and has a strong belief that an integrative, collaborative team care model will serve the patient best with her role being to exhaust the natural options as often as possible!

Dr. Halland is comfortable in general care from the natural perspective but has seen particular success in complex cases, the emerging covid long-haul and dysautonomia cases we're now seeing, and GI cases. She also has a special clinical interest in balancing female hormones naturally.

As a post-grad instructor for continuing medical education her most recent courses developed have been on Anti-Aging and Vitamin D.

Our Services

We are currently offering the following services at our Mt Greenwood location with more coming soon!

Infusion Therapy
Infusion Therapy
Natural Apothecary
Natural Apothecary
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
Functional Medicine
Functional Medicine
Nutritional Counseling
Nutritional Counseling
Anti-Aging Therapies
Anti-Aging Therapies
Laboratory Services
Laboratory Services
Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative Medicine

Treatments Offered For

Allergies & Food Sensitivities
Allergies & Food Sensitivities
Anti-Aging & optimization
Anti-Aging & optimization
Candida (Yeast) & Parasite Issues
Candida (Yeast) & Parasite Issues
Cardiovascular health & disease prevention
Cardiovascular health & disease prevention
Environmental Sensitivities
Environmental Sensitivities
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
Gut health & digestive concerns
Gut health & digestive concerns
Immune and Inflammation support
Immune and Inflammation support
Lyme disease and tick-borne illness
Lyme disease and tick-borne illness
Men's Health
Men's Health
Preventive Health & Physicals
Preventive Health & Physicals
Thyroid, Adrenal & Sex Hormone Issues
Thyroid, Adrenal & Sex Hormone Issues
Weight Management
Weight Management
Women’s health & pregnancy support
Women’s health & pregnancy support

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